Lacrima Wines Conquers the Present Staying True to Their Past

Lacrima di Morro d’Alba is a wine with imperial connotations, in the sense that it was enjoyed by Frederick I, i.e. Frederick Barbarossa when he resided in Morro d’Alba in 1167.My own experiences are not as imperial but more familial. My brother and his family used to go to Le Marche for their holiday every … Read more

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Campania Makes You Dream Big About Amazing Wine

This article was first published back in 2020 on my blog, but then the website got hacked and I never got around to republish it. Here, it is again though. Happy reading!! Campania is a region that can offer a bit of everything when it comes to wine territories or terroir. That is everything from … Read more

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Beyond Sagrantino: Exploring AMontefalco’s Multidimensional Wine Event

The Anteprima Sagrantino took place at the end of April and this year it changed its name to #AMontefalco as a way of including all the wines produced within the Montefalco appellation. It was a good move to draw more attention to other Montefalco wines as well. It is, furthermore, a sign of how the … Read more

Lazio and Umbria Wine Regions

Let’s Discover Central Italy: Umbria & Lazio

June will be the month to discover more about wine in Umbria and Lazio in the Italian Food, Wine, and Travel group. Central Italy has for long been in the shadows of other more hyped-up regions when it comes to viticulture and winemaking. However, in recent years a lot has been happening to change the … Read more

Calabria and Sardinia

Two Authentic Expressions of Native Grapes from Calabria and Sardinia

Calabria and Sardinia are in focus in the Italian Food, Wine, and Travel group this month, and that’s no April’s fool joke, but the truth. They are two very fascinating regions in Italy that are still a bit of hidden gems. Tourist destinations like Tropea in Calabria and the Costa Smeralda in Sardinia, of course, … Read more

Calabria and Sardegna – All True, No April Fool’s Prank

We will be focusing on the food, wine, and travel in Calabria and Sardinia in the Italian Food, Wine, and Travel group this month. Calabria and Sardegna are two regions with a long viticultural and winemaking history but despite that, they are still today quite underrated wine regions with many hidden gems. During the last … Read more

Percy Månsson Domän Sånana Winery

More About Swedish Wine’s Groundbreaker Percy Månsson from Domän Sånana

The southern parts of Sweden – mainly Skåne – are considered to be the new frontier for the future of winemaking as the climate changes. Recently, I got an article published in the American online wine magazine The Vintner Project where I talk about The Swedish vintner and winemaker Percy Månsson of Domän Sånana. He … Read more

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What Wine2Wine Can Tell You About Wine Communication

The 9th edition of Wine2Wine took place in Verona at the beginning of November this year. It was a live event all through this time, there was no virtual part as during the pandemic years. Wine2Wine is a yearly event organized by Vinitaly International to help the Italian wine world learn more about the latest … Read more

Thanksgiving Table

3 Wine Tips to Bring Joy to the Thanksgiving Table

Thanksgiving and wine go together as the occasion to open up and try new or familiar labels with friends and family. But for those who only celebrate Thanksgiving occasionally with American friends, what is Thanksgiving really about? In brief, the Thanksgiving weekend is coming up next week in the US and in many locations in … Read more

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3 Chianti DOCG Wines Show the Potential of 2 Different Subzones

Chianti lies at the heart of the Italian Food, Wine, and Travel group’s theme this month, more precisely it’s a Cavalcade of Chianti wines. Using Chianti as a theme, of course, opens up choosing both Chianti DOCG and Chianti Classico DOCG wines, but at the same time, it also creates a bit of confusion for … Read more

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